Stay Away From Ohio’s Most Haunted Street After Dark Or You May Be Sorry
Haunted streets are interesting. During the day, they’re seemingly normal—maybe even picturesque if they’re surrounded by scenery. But after nightfall, a different story emerges.
Ohio is full of haunted streets that have become the centerpieces of local legends, but there’s one in central Ohio that’s probably the creepiest. Within a unique geographical niche in north Columbus winds Walhalla Road, where it is said that at night passerby are haunted by a man who killed his wife and children before committing suicide beneath the road’s bridge. The legends of this infamous road may vary—but the hauntings remain.
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In the daytime, the street is seemingly normal. Pedestrians often walk along the road. For a short tour of Wahalla Road during the day, watch the video below:
At night time, it’s a different story. Watch the video below to see if you can spot anything out of the ordinary:
What do you think? Would you drive down this street at night? Have you ever done so? Share your thoughts and experiences with us!
April is the Ohio staff writer for Only in Your State. She is an Ohio native with a Bachelor of Science in Journalism from E.W. Scripps School of Journalism. With more than 10 years of writing experience and a background in news reporting for Ohio newspapers, she's published pieces in multiple print and online publications. When she's not on deadline or chasing after her toddler, she's hunting for hidden gems in Ohio or getting lost in a good book.
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